Amber is not exactly a gemstone. It is a gem material derived from the petrified resin of ancient 'Umbrella Pine' trees, as well as other species. From a color perspective it is located in the white to yellow to orange-red range, although greens (enhancements) and rare blues (high blue fluorescence) can also be found. Among its many sources, the Baltic Sea region is considered to be one of the more prestigious. In this color analysis article we explore the range of colors of natural Baltic Sea ambers.